But what about others. Me personally I'm not a fan of many of their offerings...meh hooks. Actions and finishes that do catch...but others catch as well..and throw further.
I'm going to be putting together a few vids in a series highlighting some baits that noone talks about. Starting with the Sebile stick shadds.
And was curious if anyone else is a fan.
It has an action similar to Lucky craft wanders, or jackall sierra minnows. With a big 8" wide (in fw sizes) side side off center back and forth on a steady retrieve. Kind like a glide bait. And darts that are about as erratic as a field mouse.
Add to that...a usdm cheap bait that comes with REALLY good hardware.
Bank fishermen who need distance...can get an extra 30' over pretty much any other jerk bait out there.
River guys can twitch em in current and skinny braided water. And let em fall on slack line when they come into some frog water. (sinking version).
Without worry of lips getting cracked or worse getting wedged in rocks. And the narrow belly portion means great hook up ratios when switching to inline singles vs trebles
Seems that if a bait doesn't have any form of a diving lip...people just thing it has the action of a twig.
But in actuality they have more action and tend to perform better in faster current. ALl while having better depth control.
7 bucks shipped is a great deal for a bait this versatile and durable. And i can't remember ever seeing anyone talk about these on any forum.
And the larger sizes are spectacular for surf casting and the 210's are tuna worthy right out of the package.
I REALLY like (w/ high success) GrandeBass Craws/Creatures and Rattlesnakes, and a worm that NEVER gets love anymore is the Gene Larew Tattletail worm in 6".
Maybe as a last idea SPRO hardbaits??? I feel like I am one of the only locals who uses them at all too...